Our beloved husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, Henry David Dall IV, Jr. passed away November 7, 2022, surrounded by his family.
Henry was born September 24, 1926, in Richfield, UT to Henry David III and Elva Goulding Dall and was the fourth of seven children. He was raised in Richfield, UT graduating from Richfield High School. During his senior year, he was drafted into the US Marine Corps near the end of World War II. On May 28, 1958, he married Helen Emma Halvorson in the Salt Lake City Temple. Together Henry and Helen raised ten children in Kearns and Taylorsville, UT. In later years, Henry and Helen lived in Harrisburg Estates in Hurricane, UT before moving to Fairfield Village in Layton, UT.
Henry was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and held many positions in the church including service as a missionary and many Ward and Stake callings. After his military service, Henry served in the Texas-Louisiana Mission. Henry and Helen served six missions as a couple, one to Philadelphia, PA: and others as Church Service Missionaries at the Humanitarian Center, as Stake Missionaries, and as Temple Service Missionaries.
Henry and Helen started a family business, H&H Janitorial, where the family worked late hours cleaning business and office buildings in the Salt Lake City area. Henry also cleaned carpets in homes and for other businesses including all Wendy’s Hamburgers locations in Utah until retiring from this business in 1993.
Dad’s work ethic and dedication was second to none. Dad had the gift of gab and loved talking with his customers, family, and neighbors. Dad loved nice automobiles down to his last one, Dad’s Jazzy, which gave him the freedom he loved. Dad’s favorite times were tending to his home in Taylorsville, where you would find him doing yard work, working on wood projects, or making sure his pool was crystal clear. Dad loved traveling with Mom, pulling their trailer to their favorite destinations and taking cruises around the world. Dad had a great sense of humor and was always throwing out one of his famous one-liners… “It will feel better when it stops hurting.”
Henry is survived by his four daughters and six sons, Douglas (Alice), Barbara (Phil) Hibler, Henry David (Diane), Craig (Cynthia), Tammy (Mark) Pinnau, Brent (Claudia), Lisa (Judy), Lori (Sandy), and Brian (Larry). He is also survived by his 3 sisters, Francis Fish, Ruth Dall, and Sharon (Dale) Blackham; 14 grandchildren and 34 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by the love of his life and soulmate, his wife Helen of 64 years, his parents and three brothers: Ellis, Devon and Maitlon.
The family will receive friends on Monday, November 14, 2022, from 9:00 am to10:30 am at Memorial Murray Mortuary located at 5850 South 900 East Murray, UT. Funeral services will begin at 11:00 am. Condolences and memories may be shared with the family at https://memorialutah.com/obituaries/57285/. Interment at Memorial Redwood Cemetery, West Jordan, UT.